A 5.75-mile corridor through the heart of Kirkland and the first improved section of the Eastside Rail Corridor.
City of Kirkland Celebrates Inaugural Cross Kirkland Corridor Public Art Installation
On Friday, May 12 at 5 p.m. join City Council, the Cultural Arts Commission and artist Merrily Dicks for the Installation Celebration
of the first public art installed on Cross Kirkland Corridor (CKC). The celebration will take place on the CKC at the 85th Street underpass where The Spikes
is installed. Access to the sculpture is from 7th Ave/NE 87th Street. The Spikes
was created with railroad spikes collected by the Kirkland Community after the rails were removed from the Cross Kirkland Corridor.
The Cross Kirkland Corridor (CKC) interim trail is a ten-foot-wide, 5.75-mile crushed gravel trail that runs from the South Kirkland Park & Ride through the Totem Lake Business District. It’s “interim” because the CKC Master Plan
calls for future improvements. Learn about access points, amenities, trail rules, and more on the Interim Trail
What will the corridor look like someday? Where will funding come from? What kinds of businesses and activities are encouraged along the corridor? How can businesses take advantage of current and future corridor opportunities and incentives? Get answers to these questions and more on the CKC Master Plan
What’s happening on the trail? How can you get involved? Learn more on the News and Events
New trail connections, art installations, sustainability, and maintenance—there’s a lot happening on the CKC. Keep up to date on the Trail Projects
The CKC is part of a regional network that includes trails, transit, and regional utilities. Learn about the Eastside Rail Corridor, other trails in the area, transit connections, and future transit plans on the Regional Connections
See you on the CKC!